The Fountain Condominium Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... happy, at least until half-way down the jet-way Phyllis noticed that her ticket was in the name of Keith Johnson. Back to the counter. However Craig had his seat in his name in the business section and, though he felt bad for Phyllis, after another ten minutes went to find his seat and put his carry-on away. One problem, there was someone sitting in his seat and he had a ticket with the the same seat assignment. Back to the counter. Craig passed ...
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Javier dropped us at the train station to get the 5hr train to Miami, which we then found out was delayed by an hour. We sat in a cute cafe 'Lucy's' and we both had chicken wraps. It was delicious so we were kind of glad we were delayed!
It was getting on for around 8pm by the time we arrived. We were staying at another AirBnB but this time the host was not around, so we had the apartment to ourselves. It was lovely, all one room really, ...
... the Art Deco area , saw the erotic art museum but were too English to go in- although it did make us giggle ! and then we ended up in the dodgy area ... Made a quick u turn there no worries :) Our dinner was a nice, healthy and cheap pesto pasta, and we were told that the off licence next to the hostel sold alcohol to anyone, so we tried our luck, but obviously, as soon as we entered the shop, so did their local police friend; Garcia written on his badge (lol) and he got his ...
... to infections and septicaemia, cause blindness or prevent them from eating properly. The aim is to treat and release each individual back in to the wild as quickly as is sensibly possible as the less time they spend in captivity the better, but some patients are so unwell that they cannot ever be re-released. Some turtles whose shells are badly damaged by boat collisions end up growing a deformed shell due to scar tissue. In some cases the shell deformity can affect their buoyancy and ...